cliff, 23 Mar 2015isn't sharp aquos started that technology?i think the technology slightly differs from the aquos phones since they are utilising an igzo display which don't require a top end connection for another light power delivery so they can just cut everything down just for the screenpanel
Thomas, 23 Mar 2015I find that thin bezels are a pain with having meaty hands, you hold it and activate parts of ... morefor me this comment is awful, palm rejection is invent about decade ago and prove that it works is everywhere around internet, you can see even note edge and s6 edge that have side screen can recognize your palm to prevent accidental touch. wake up from your cave dude
AnonD-349743, 22 Mar 2015Again does anyone really want no gripping space that doesn't actively touch the display? This ... moreBezels also give a phone an identity, which is why an HTC or iPhone can be identified. It gives you an opportunity to make a nice front design. Imagine if all phones go bezeless, it would be like everyone was using the same phone.
I find that thin bezels are a pain with having meaty hands, you hold it and activate parts of the screen you don't want too by accident via the the base of your thumb or fingers.
smart idea. But why expend effort on trimming the last half millimeter from the already thin side bezels when the typically huge top and bottom bezels are the eye-sores? (I'm looking at you HTC and Sony.)
It just makes the phone more fragile when you accidently drop it on the floor. The bezel on my Ascend P7 doesn't bother me even the slightest...
Now everybody is looking fir bezelless phonee... I hate how companies are these days! I want time machine!
cheesesteakwit, 22 Mar 2015I thought Sharp did this already with the Sharp Aquos Crystal! That was the first bezelless sc... moreI think its not the same, or else their patent will not be accepted since it came late. Like apple making a water proofing, same idea like others but a different method.
I thought Sharp did this already with the Sharp Aquos Crystal! That was the first bezelless screen at least 3 sides were bezelless. They did it the same way I thought.
AnonD-349743, 22 Mar 2015Again does anyone really want no gripping space that doesn't actively touch the display? This ... moreIt actually don't tell that its bezelless. They just came up with a specific technique which hides the bezels making it invisible to the naked eye. So you can still grip the phone